hymn[ him ]SEE DEFINITION OF hymn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HYMN
The hymn, the portion of Scripture, and the prayer of Brother Buster.
After about twenty minutes, he ceased, saying, "We will now sing a hymn."
Now we know a proper evening hymn, and you may go quickly to rest, my children.
The latter, who had given out the hymn, was a man of very different caliber.
Then the sailors sang a hymn of praise, and the hymn was of the king and to the king.
Sweet smoke was curling upward, and the room rang with a hymn.
Then they went through the service together, from hymn and prayer to the sermon.
Shall we then put up a hymn, and retire from the business of the day?'
Author of many volumes of sermons and the hymn "Lead Kindly Light."
The proceedings always closed with a Hymn to the Virgin Mary.